I found it just average. Super big plates, but not that great. It is pricey for granada. Most of the people tourists. The service is mediocre.
We ate here on recommendation of a number of people on our tour. It looked a little more expensive than we had hoped to spend, but I must say by the end of it the price wasn't too bad - especially considering what you get! The food comes in good sized portions (we both had the stuffed chicken breast which... More
In town not too far from the Colonial Where we stayed the place was packed for a reason Second time in 2 years that we went There. Steaks cooked perfectly Tasty meat and good service The cost is Gringo price like they called us
The title of my review pretty much says it all. We went here for lunch and had two steaks. Both were cooked to perfection. In addition our waiter Francisco took the time to explain the menu, and explained some stuff about Granada. We enjoyed it so much we may be back for dinner.
We were recommend to this restaurant by our guide. By far the best place we ate at on the whole trip! Excellent service! I highly suggest eating here while in Granada.
This restaurant was just round the corner from our hotel in Granada and was recommended by our tour guide and it was just fantastic. It is a comfortable restaurant with a nice atmosphere and very clean.They have a great variety of dishes on the menu,the service is good and it is not expensive. We were only in Granada for 2... More
So far in Grenada this has been our least favorite restaurant. The place was packed on a Friday night and we decided to enjoy a family dinner. A beautiful place, but the service was very spotty. Little things like no utensils, napkins, or water brought to the table. The food was good, not great....the food would have been better if... More
Everything about this place is great. Nothing is outstanding, it's just really solid. The local cuisine is wonderful, my husband and I both had beef, which was flavorful and tender. The prices are reasonable, including dessert and a bottle of wine our bill was about $63. The service is attentive and efficient.
Nice restaurant, typical cuisine. The service was, if anything, over efficient. The food came too fast. They weren’t very busy the night we were there. The food was good but not outstanding. The location pin on the map, however, is wrong; it’s located right behind the cathedral off La Calzada on Avenida La Serena.
My family visited this place on Friday October 25 after spending a week at an orphanage in Puerto Cabezas. The food was great, ambiance superb, and the service a blessing. The food was roughly 350 Cordobas each entree which equalled about $14 each. Six people with drinks ate lunch for $90. We'd definitely go back again if given the chance.
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